The Future of Work is Choice

Webinar Replay

Companies are struggling to hire and retain employees. It’s an employee-driven market — to an unprecedented degree — resulting in companies increasing wages, offering innovative benefits, and allowing more work flexibility.

But the secret to success might be more basic than that. The real future is choice.

In this webinar replay, Dr. Chris Mullen and Dr. Tracey Bower discuss why choice is the future, how you can implement choice in your organization, and ways to provide your teams with a better employee experience through the simple power of choice. 

Learning objectives:

  • Understand why choice in the workplace is more important now than ever before
  • Gain insight into which kinds of choice mean the most to employees and which have the most positive impact on your business
  • Identify practical and actionable ways to implement choice within your organizations

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About the Speakers

Dr. Chris Mullen, PhD, SPHR, SHRM-SCP | Executive Director, Workforce Institute | UKG

Dr. Chris Mullen, PhD, SPHR, SHRM-SCP is the executive director of The Workforce Institute at UKG and a sought-after speaker, thought leader, and executive coach. His 15-year career as an HR practitioner and leader shaped his Ph.D. work in work-life negotiation. In his role, Dr. Mullen leads the institute’s education and research initiatives, which focuses on empowering organizations with meaningful strategies to improve employee engagement by delivering a modern work experience. His insights have been featured in publications including Harvard Business Review, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Inc., MSNBC, and NBC News.

Dr. Tracy Brower, PhD, MM, MCRW | Principal, Applied Research + Consulting, Steelcase

Dr. Tracy Brower is a PhD sociologist studying work-life fulfillment and happiness. She is the author of The Secrets to Happiness at Work and Bring Work to Life. She is a principal with Steelcase’s Applied Research + Consulting group and a contributor to Forbes.com and Fast Company. You can find her on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, or at tracybrower.com. 

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